Seat Concepts Foam & Cover Kit KTM (2011-16) SX/SXF/EXC/XC-W *TALL OEM* Super Grip
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Seat Concepts Foam & Cover Kit KTM (2011-16) SX/SXF/EXC/XC-W *TALL OEM* Super Grip Race bike

Seat Concepts Foam & Cover Kit KTM (2011-16) SX/SXF/EXC/XC-W *TALL OEM* Super Grip

This Foam and Cover kit is ONE inch (25mm) Taller than stock height, OEM Width. Competition cover offers SuperGrip Rubber knee panel offers superior grip even in wet, muddy or slippery conditions, and resists wear from knee braces better than any seat cover on the market.

  • KTM SX 125/150/200/250/300 (2011-2013)
  • KTM SX-F 350/450/500/530 (2011-2013)
  • KTM XC-W/XC-F/EXC (2012-2013)
  • To be installed on OEM stock seat pan for year model listed above
  • Will NOT work on (2014-2016) model year seat pan, you would need p/n 28-9556-20
  • MANUFACTURING LEAD TIME IS APPROXIMATELY 10-12 WEEKS FROM DATE OF ORDER.

Our Price CAD $311.00




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Part No28-9555-20-9201
MFG No. 28-9555-20
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Seat Concepts seats are constructed using a foam material that is a much higher quality than OEM seat foam. Their proprietary formula provides a more plush and active ride, while still offering the necessary amount of support. Seat Concepts Competition cover offer the ultimate in durability and performance for aggressive racers. The SuperGrip Rubber knee panel offers superior grip even in wet, muddy or slippery conditions, and resists wear from knee braces better than any seat cover on the market.

For Complete seat Installation on some 2011-16 KTM models: If you find that the mounting bolt seems to be about 1/4" off, Seat Concepts has advised that this is a somewhat common issue on the 11-16 model KTMís. From one bike to the next, there is a variance in the tolerances at the mounting points. In 2014, when Seat Concepts first started offering a complete seat, they went to a local KTM dealer and took the seats off seven bikes on the showroom floor and the tolerances were slightly different on each one. The trick is to make sure the front and middle mounts are properly aligned, then give the seat a very forceful shove forward, and give it a good hammer-fist hit right above where the seat bolt goes in. Youíll hear an audible click as it goes into place, and then you can start the bolt and tighten everything up. In extreme cases, loosening the subframe bolts will give you that little bit of extra room you need to align the seat bolt. Once the seat has been on the bike for a while it will settle into place, and will be much easier to install the next time.

Cover Options:

  • Colours listed as Side / Top / Rib

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